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Posted on Aug 30, 2012 - 06:00 AM | SAT Prep | Comments (0)

Why preparing for the October SAT now is cutting it close.
 
The next SAT is October 6th. Are you ready for it?
 
The fall SAT is primarily taken by two groups: seniors who aren’t happy with their junior SAT scores and ambitious juniors who want to get in a “practice” test before taking the spring SAT. Students in both groups have good reason to start practicing for the SAT (or October 27 ACT) right now.
 
·        Seniors: This may be your last chance to get the score you want. It just doesn’t make sense to take it easy.
·        Juniors: You’re ambitious. You’re eyeing top schools and willing to put in the hard work to get there. That means putting in the extra time now to boost your score later. If you start with a good score, you’ll have no place to go but up.
 
Why Six Weeks to Prepare for the SAT?
 
Actually, six weeks isn’t enough. Six weeks is a crash course, but it’s all the time you have left. Still, six weeks of SAT or ACT prep lets you:
 
·        Practice your speed
·        Put facts and figures in your head that you may have forgotten over the summer
·        Build your confidence
·        Learn short-term and same-day test tips that can improve your score
 
But with six weeks to go, you need to start now.
 
How Does SAT or ACT Test Prep Help?
 
Different programs use different methods, but we’ve found that it’s best to start students at their level and then move them upward. The more you learn, the more difficult the questions get. Some programs start everyone in the same place, but we think personalizing the starting point makes the most sense. Once you know your level, you have 50 hours of access to:
 
·        SAT or ACT practice questions
·        Timed practice tests
·        Instant test results
·        A vocabulary builder
·        Same-day and long-term tips, including how the questions are arranged and the best way to pace yourself
·        Essay writing tips, and much more
 
Our program moves at your speed so that you don’t fall behind or get bored.  With the RSC program, that can’t happen because you set the pace. It’s why 95% of users say they’d recommend our program to their friends.
 
How Much Will My Score Improve?
 
That depends on how much effort you put in. We’ve had students on the high end watch their scores jump 300-350 points. Typical results are 150 points, but wouldn’t you like to see a 150-point jump in your test score? That will impress a college admissions dean.
 
But in order to do that, you need to start your SAT prep today. You have six weeks to get ready. It’s not a lot of time, but with the RSC program, it might just be enough.
 
To sign up for our SAT or ACT college prep program, click here or call 800-898-4636. Either way, you can start today!
 
 

 
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